Many times I’ve witnessed how having a drawing posted up in a room enhances group dialogue by serving as a shorthand for a concept or a point of view.
Anyone who has ever wanted to create digital art (design, audio, animation) has likely experienced sticker shock while researching software. Here are some free alternatives.
Here are the traditional 10 tremendous items to check out this week—along with a bonus link and a remembrance of Macromedia/Adobe Flash.
Miro is Tremendousness’ go-to platform for virtual workshops, and we’ve learned a few things you can do within it to make collaboration across distributed teams work even better.
These are times like no other we’ve lived through. So we created a time capsule template you can fill up (or fill out, that is)—an artifact for future generations.
Here are your links for the week.
Hard times aren’t helped by empty gestures, so we’re offering some clear and direct tips to help non-Black people confront and discuss racism and what’s been going on.
Per tradition, 10 links for your edification.
Please find 10 helpful links within. Be well, be kind, be safe.
Want more free virtual backgrounds? We’ve got ’em. The latest version of Zoom supports looping animations… to truly ensure maximum distraction value.
We’re very proud of our recent explainer video collaboration with MachineMetrics. Getting to know the product and helping to tell the story of their IoT platform was a fantastic challenge.